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  • Addiction is a psychological attachment to certain effects, such as euphoria (an extremely strong feeling of happiness and excitement) and a feeling of well-being associated with drugs and alcohol that usually lasts only a short time.
  • Addiction is of three types - SMOCKING, ALCOHOLISM and DRUG ABUSE
  • These drive people to take them even when these are not needed, or even when their uses cause destruction. The tolerance level of the receptors present in our body increases with repeated use of drugs. Thus the receptors respond only to higher doses of drugs or alcohol leading to greater intake and addiction.
  • Addictive potential of drugs and alcohol, pull the consumer into a very severe circle leading to their regular use from which the person may not be able to get out.
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